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obama yesterday to talk about the effects severe budget cuts could have on their industry. lawmakers have until march 1st to compromise on a budget. without it, $1.2 trillion in automatic cuts in goverment spending take effect. half is from millitary spending. reports say defense companies are already delaying orders and hiring due to the threat of sequestration. president obama has nominated a business insider to run the department of the interior. sally jewell, ceo of the successful outdoor equipment company rei, has been nominated for the position. jewell is also a former banker and has worked as an official in the oil industry. she took over rei in 2005, and, if confirmed, will take her knowledge of the outdoors to the interior department. "the secretary of the interior is in charge of overseeing 500 million acres of public land in places like yellowstone and the grand canyon, and protecting our natural heritage for our children and our grandchildren." other notable capitol hill moves: timothy geithner, after departing from his role as treasury secretary, is now joining the counc
about immigration to president obama. the president welcomed the business leaders to the white house tuesday. he is pushing his "pathway to citizenship" plan for illegal immigrants already living in america. many republicans oppose the idea. the president believes a new immigration system benefits the broader economy. meanwhile on capitol hill, the mayor of san antonio, texes, julian castro, told a house committee yesterday he supports the pathway to citizenship. he also addressed the guest worker program some lawmakers want. "that may be one way to do it. however, in terms of the 11 million folks who are here, certainly putting them on a path to citizenship, ensuring that after they pay taxes, they pay a fine, they learn english, they get to the back of the line, that's the best option." castro calls the country's immigration system "broken," but adds that congress is on the cusp of making progress. president obama is seeking short-term solutions to fix the country's debt problems. the president has asked congress to decide on short-term spending cuts in lieu of a bigger package of
for his state of the union address next week, the topic mrs. obama is expected to focus on. >>> without here, i don't know what we are going to there is no mass-produced human. so we created the extraordinarily comfortable sleep number experience. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs. each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort... individualized. at the ultimate sleep number event, queen mattresses start at just $599. and save 50% on our innovative limited edition bed. >>> a castro valley high school teacher has been out for most of the year battling cancer. returned to school tonight for a special fundraiser. as ktvu's jade hernandez reports there were some powerful words even though they couldn't be heard. >> reporter: silent says a lot about students who prepared for tonight's performance owithout their teacher. they are the reason she says the sign language program was grown at castro v
times in our nation's capital. president obama failed to submit a budget plan, and republican house speaker john boehner is calling him out on the missed deadline. "this was supposed to be the day he submitted his budget to the congress. but it's not coming. it's going to be late. some reports say it could be a month late." the white house spokesman says republicans should take up and pass the president's previous budget plans, which include billions of dollars in revenue from higher taxes. according to reports, the white house did not release an exact date on when the president will issue his next budget, but the white house reportedly is blaming congress for taking until january to work out a deal that would avoid the fiscal cliff. new york governor andrew cuomo proposes one of the most ambitious home buyback programs ever attempted. $400 million would be used to purch homes destroyed by superstorm sandy along the state's coastline. the governor would then preserve that land so that nothing could be re-built, thereby re-shaping how the coastline would be used. the purchase program
. >>> there was a star studded event on capitol hill today. celebrities came out in support of president obama's call for new gun laws. >> the president and the first lady are kind of like the mom and the dad of the country. when your dad says something, you listen. >> that's comedian chris rock. he was joined by singer tony bennett, actress amanda pete, and actor adam scott. the event was organized by a group of mayors who want to help law enforcement get illegal firearms off of our streets. >>> many cities across the nation are advising washington of their support of gun control legislation. today, san francisco joined that movement. ktvu's heather holmes is live in the city where she talked with a supervisor behind this new push. >> this is the resolution introduced by the supervisor. it calls on the city to dievest its attention from cities who profit on gun sales. >> reporter: hitting manufacturers where it really hurts. their wallets. the supervisor is calling on the city's retirement board to stop investing in companies that provide guns and ammunition. right now, the san francisco employees r
: people walked into the code of the west gun show in vallejo. >> the obama administration and their pushing for gun laws then the california state legislature has a massive amount of gun laws. >> reporter: last week california senate democrats unveiled a package of 10 gun control bills. one would require permits to buy ammunition. that idea is driving up prices. >> 500 rounds, right. >> reporter: how much did it cost you? >> $500. >> reporter: is that more expensive. >> a lot more expensive. >> reporter: he says last week he was able to buy the same ammo for 65-cents a bullet. >> they're really hard to come by. >> reporter: if they could find the ammo they were looking for, they would stock up and wheel it out. the cities of los angeles and sacramento already require people to get a permit in order to buy ammunition. but some of the people at this gun show were worried that could become a statewide law in the future. allie rasmussen. >>> those people who got vouchers for last month's gun buy back, can cash out their vouchers. an additional $7,000 in vouchers were issued.
. >>> in san francisco, supporters of president obama's gun safety initiatives held a vigil. they took place this afternoon outside the san francisco federal building. the group is calling for mandatory. 26 sets of shoes were placed on the sidewalk to honor the victims in newtown at the protest. >>> street racing on bay area roads. at 10:30, how these drivers keep getting away with it and what happened when we took police to one of the hot spots. >> plus your money, the bay area city that wants more of it the plan to get there is no mass-produced human. so we created the extraordinarily comfortable sleep number experience. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs. each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort... individualized. at the ultimate sleep number event, queen mattresses start at just $599. and save 50% on our innovative limited edition bed. >>> new at 10:00, the mayor of san jose tonight del
in sight. >>> president obama paid tribute to panetta. panetta says one of the biggest honors was leaving the white house after the president announced that osama bin laden was dead. >> i could hear the chants from people gathered around the white house and in lafayette park yelling usa, usa. >> panetta plans to stay on until his successor is confirmed then return to his farm. >>> kids with nerf guns playing a game of assassins. >> it's a way to unwind. >> reporter: why one bay area school says it's >>> in san jose a suspect who escaped police custody is back behind bars. 32-year-old anthony sanchez slipped his cuffs from the back to the front while in a police. sanchez made his way to the drive's seat and sped off while the officer was doing paper work outside. they found sanchez late last night sleeping in a stolen pickup truck in south san jose. he now faces several charges including auto theft on top of that original probation violation. >>> it is a game that has become popular among teenagers but the friendly competition can be mistaken for something for serious. >> reporter: this y
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